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Does my laptop support NVMe SSD? Product code: M1V65UA#ABA

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Hey everyone,

 

i’d like to know if my laptop supports an NVMe SSD.

the product number is M1V65UA#ABA

It came with a 1TB HDD.

I purchased it in 2016.

 

I took a peek under the hood but couldn’t find an NVMe port, but then again I may have overlooked it.

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

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Hi:

 

Below is the link to the service manual.

 

HP ENVY x360 m6 ConvertibleModel numbers: m6-w000 – m6-w099Model numbers: m6-w100 – m6-w199HP ENVY x...

 

Notebooks that came with M.2 SSD's have a M.2 slot that only supports SATA SSD's.

 

Notebooks with M.2 slots use a different motherboard than those that come with 2.5" drives.

 

If you look at chapter 3, pages 15 - 16, you will see the separate lists of motherboards...those with and without M.2 slots.

 

Since your notebook did not come from the factory with a M.2 SATA SSD, it does not have a M.2 slot.

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Thanks for your prompt response Paul.

Much appreciated.

 

I’m going to upgrade to a 2.5” Sata SSD then.

i hope there are no issues with this.

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You're very welcome.

 

You should have no problems with replacing the 2.5" mechanical hard drive with a 2.5" SSD.

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